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on Countries Around the World
Archived - International Education Week 2011 web site
Engaging the World: US Global Competence for the 21st Century - features 15 videos and other resources demonstrating the vital importance of US global competence in a broad spectrum of professions.
APEC/U.S. Department of Education Online Teacher Professional Development - online opportunity encouraging teachers across the Asia-Pacific region to exchange teaching tips.
Benjamin A. Gilman
International Scholarship Program a study abroad scholarship program for American undergraduate students.
Campus Connections – a publication about international student exchanges.
Careers with the
U.S. Department of State
U.S. Department of Education's U.S. Network for Education Information
Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs– Information about exchange opportunities for high school age youth, undergraduates, scholars, professionals, teachers, and more. There are programs available for both Americans to go abroad, and for international audiences to come to the U.S. The website includes an easy search feature to help you find a program that’s right for you.
U.S. Department of State Website for Youth
Global Peacebuilding Center at the U.S. Institute of Peace – Extends USIP’s educational work to new—especially younger—audiences, introducing them to key concepts and skills in conflict management and to the challenges and importance of peacebuilding through multimedia exhibits, educational programs, and online resources and activities.
U.S. Institute of Peace Essay Contest
ANGLE's Back to School - PBS documentary highlighting the
global crisis in access to education through profiles of seven
children in seven countries.
Flag Display at Ormond Middle
School in Centerville, Virginia